Asked if she finds it difficult to fit in as the quintessential Bollywood heroine, Lisa, who has mostly portrayed atypical roles, said: "I am not sure what the quintessential Bollywood heroine is because there are such varied films and roles that are coming out these days.
"I am really happy with the films that I have done and I really hope I get to do a lot more in the future."
"I feel very blessed that I got to do a role like Queen and then comedy like Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, those two characters for me were totally opposite and I really feel like it was such a pleasure to be able to play two characters that were on opposite ends of the spectrum," she added.
How is she balancing her personal and professional life?
"I think it balances itself quite evenly with the fact that once I got married and had my baby, I automatically took up different responsibilities and my priorities shifted slightly. Of course, I still love my job and I still love to go to work. It is something I never want to give up," said the actress, whose first tryst with showbiz was through the modelling world.
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